Diwali is here and every woman wants to flaunt her best ethnic look. But, at the same time it gets so hard for a woman to decide what to wear for Diwali?! When you have to dress at your ethnic best you also need to be comfortable to run around, have fun with family, friends, Diwali puja and what not. So, here we help you choose from some of the Indian outfits best suitable for the occasion.
1. Traditional Sarees
Who can go wrong in a traditional saree?! Colorful and vibrant designer sarees never goes out of style. You can also opt for kanchipuram silk sarees and accessorize with antique jewelry to complete the ethnic look. Adorn your hairstyle with some mogra flowers to help you win tonnes of compliments.
2. Salwar Suit
The evergreen salwar suits look classy on all age groups and can be carried with effortless elegance and comfort. Opt for bright hues like red, purple, orange, pink with delicate embellishments to give your outfit a dressy look. And even if you don’t want to go for a heavy salwar suit, a plain one with a heavily embellished dupatta always works wonders.
The anarkali trend doesn’t seem to fade away and is a huge rage amongst all age groups especially amongst the youngsters. Bright and flowy floor length anarkalis give a very vibrant look and are extremely comfortable too. Team them up with jackets if you want to skip on the dupatta and add a contemporary twist to your desi look.
4. Half Sarees
If carried well, half sarees will definitely help you turn heads this Diwali. They are one of the most graceful and feminine outfits and will never fail to make a statement.
5. Kurtas with Palazzos
This outfit could be the perfect go-to outfit this Diwali. Kurtas with palazzos are extremely versatile and comfortable. You can even skip on the dupatta and still look your traditional best. You can even flaunt Indo western outfits with Indian fabrics and embroidery.
With the kind of variety our Indian market offers and the amount of talented designers around; there are so many options to choose from. So experiment with your Diwali outfits and rock the festivity. Have a happy and fashionable Diwali!!